IN Hertfordshire

Ready to seize the opportunities waiting for you in retrofit?

Advance your career and tap into the booming market with funded training to become a certified Retrofit Coordinator!

Register your interest today to secure your spot and unlock a pathway to personal career growth and success in the dynamic field of retrofitting.

*Fully funded for unemployed, self-employed and career changers. For learners put forward by their company (co-funded) the employer pays match funding up to 10% for an SME (1-249 employees) and up to 30% for a Large Enterprise (250+ employees).


LEVEL 5 DIPLOMA IN Retrofit Coordination and Risk Management

Retrofit coordinators manage the PAS 2035 process throughout a project. They are critical for ensuring compliance with procurement, specification and delivery of all measures in domestic retrofit projects.

Who’s this for?

Experienced built-environment professionals with management experience and knowledge of PAS 2035. Ideal for those looking to take the next step in their retrofit career.

Duration and Content:

16-week fast-track programme
Each week you will be required to attend a 4-hour virtual expert-led session and complete 4 hours of independent study.

First Cohort Start Date: 27th May


One written assignment per module

A case study and final professional discussion.


Level 3 Award in Domestic Energy Assessment and Level 4 Award in Domestic Retrofit Assessment

A domestic energy assessor (DEA) is a professional who conducts energy assessments, producing energy performance certificates (EPCs) for residential properties. This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to assess a home’s energy efficiency and provide recommendations for improving its energy performance. It includes full accreditation on graduation.

Who’s this for?

Ideally, you will have experience or interest in the built-environment and housing sector or are looking to make a career change into retrofit.

Duration and Content:

8-week fast-track programme
You will be required to attend two full weeks of learning on Week 1 and Week 5 of the course, with independent eLearning study of up to 20 hours per week in the weeks in between.

First Cohort Start Date: 13th May


One written assignment per module

Final professional discussion